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- Head Coach
- Doug Pederson
- Offensive Coordinator
- Mike Groh
- Defensive Coordinator
- Jim Schwartz
- Special Teams Coach
- Dave Fipp
- Defensive Scheme
Philadelphia Eagles tight end Dallas Goedert stood out in the team's organized team activities on Tuesday and was catching everything thrown his way. The team's top draft pick in 2018 caught 33 passes for 334 yards and four touchdowns in his rookie season and has emerged as the team's best blocking tight end. Goedert's goal in the offseason was getting bigger, faster and stronger. He added muscle, reduced fat and feels faster. The Eagles have made it clear that they want to feature him more in the offense in 2019, so Goedert could have more opportunities. Still, it might be a stretch to think that he'll become a TE1 in his second year while having to battle for targets with Alshon Jeffery, Zach Ertz, Nelson Agholor, DeSean Jackson and the running backs.
Philadelphia Eagles rookie wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside has seen some time in the slot during organized team activities this week. It helped that Alshon Jeffery wasn't at practice, but it's still notable nonetheless. Arcega-Whiteside should be a weapon for the Eagles in the red zone, but you shouldn't expect him to make an impact in redraft leagues while behind Jeffery, DeSean Jackson and Nelson Agholor on the depth chart unless an injury occurs.
The Philadelphia Eagles could lock quarterback Carson Wentz up to a big long-term extension before training camp. "My belief is that deal will get done at some point this offseason," ESPN's Adam Schefter said. Executive vice president of football operations Howie Roseman said in March that "having Carson here long term is our goal" and the organization will "work toward that." CEO Jeffrey Lurie said he would "absolutely" be comfortable extending Wentz despite the fact he's coming off two serious injuries the last two years. It signals that the Eagles don't think the stress fracture in Wentz's back is a long-term concern. A deal with Wentz could net him around $30 million per season.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (back) worked out without limitations on Tuesday on the first day of organized team activities. He also shed a protective knee brace that he wore last season after tearing his ACL in 2017. Wentz has full confidence in his body and doesn't plan on wearing the brace during the season. He is feeling really good, and it helps that he's working out with the team now after missing a good part of the 2018 offseason while recovering from knee procedures. Fantasy owners may shy away from Wentz because of season-ending injuries the last two years, but he's been a strong QB1 when healthy.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins (hernia) is "continuing his rehab," according to head coach Doug Pederson. The 25-year-old had sports hernia surgery last September and is behind Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson and Nelson Agholor on the depth chart, so he's a long shot to produce meaningful numbers in 2019. He missed all of 2018 and had only 16 catches for 226 yards and a touchdown over a full season in his rookie year in 2017.